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Second Saturday Art Tour in Spokane Valley


Managing Editor


Spokane County Library District invites the public to explore the creative arts in Spokane Valley at the Second Saturday Art Tour on Saturday, May 13, 5 to 8pm.

The art tour includes Spokane Valley Library, Hatch Gallery, and Millwood Print Works, featuring art from local students and artists.
Spokane Valley Library unveils the Tree of Life batik quilt created by students led by local artist Nicholas Sironka. Also at the library, Progress Elementary and EWU Visual Communication Design students will present work based on the “See America” campaign, and local artist Linda Garratt shares her handmade clay sculptures and stoneware pottery.

Local guitarist Ryan Moore plays jazz music during the evening, as well.

Hatch Gallery, located at 9612 E. Sprague Ave., exhibits the artwork of local artist Eddie Kerr. Eddie was born legally blind and navigates the world through sound, touch, and painting. He creates a truly unique and visually exciting style of art with the spinning action of Frisbees. Take a tour of Millwood Print Works, located at 8921 E. Euclid Ave., to see the platen letterpresses and screen-printing machines.

The art tour is free and open to the public.

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